- 005: Director JaMeeka Holloway-Burrell gives voice to the value of community
- 008: Dramaturg Marshall Botvinick delivers context, connections, and questions for civil society
- 011: Artistic Director Amy Sawyers-Williams applies theatre for social justice, education, and healing
- 013: Music Supervisor and Voice Over Casting Director Aurelia Belfield breaks down A&E and aspirational art
- 015: Choreographer and performer Nicola Bullock travels the distance for IMAGO
- 016: Actor/singer/director Dana Marks answers 30 questions in 60 minutes [ASK ME ANYTHING]
- 018: Artist & Leader Monèt Noelle Marshall speaks thru BUY MY SOUL AND CALL IT ART
- 023: Lead Curator and Strategist JaMeeka Holloway-Burrell launches the first BULL CITY BLACK THEATER FESTIVAL
- 027: Mellon DisTIL fellow Robin Frohardt transforms plastic into thought-provoking art
- 029: What I learned from 40 years of not being famous: PART ONE. Define and redefine success.
- 031: Festival Production Manager for the Women’s Theatre Festival, Katy Koop, keeps it all on track
- 036: Capturing memories with filmmaker Janice Smith, owner and founder of Big Dog Little Bed
- 037: Director Michele Okoh brings the heroes of ECLIPSED to the stage as part of the Women’s Theatre Festival
- 038: Managing Director Johannah Maynard Edwards advocates for inclusion, develops structures for growth, and turns problems into solutions
- 039: What is a band? Musician and composer Louis Landry embraces classic albums and contemporary realities
- 042: What does the dance community need? DIDA (Durham Independent Dance Artists) considers challenges and what the future holds
- 044: What I learned from 40 years of not being famous: PART TWO. Respect the Work.
- 046: What are the benefits of a residency? Dasan Ahanu speaks on Black Poetry Theatre’s decade of connection
- 047: Theatre education programming with Burning Coal’s Director of Education, Kaley Morrison
- 050: What’s the context? Dramaturg Alex Ripp unpacks public performance, translation, and arts criticism
- 052: Bringing core values to our professional work. Creative Director and designer Rebekah Miel does what she can to serve her community
- 055: Troubling things in rehearsal. How to handle bullying in creative spaces.
067: Nurturing empowerment. The Beautiful Project reframes the images of Black girls and women.
070: Art & politics, then and now. Historian and playwright Cristina Bejan chronicles the Criterion Association.
071: In Communion with James Baldwin. In Conversation with Tristan André Parks.
072: Representation matters. Stepping out of boxes with Director Michele Okoh